Sunday, September 14
Yesterday Bridget and I left Lander and camped in a charming boondock on a spur road off Louis Lake Road near Atlantic City, Wyoming. Our campsite in Shoshone National Forest was next to a small stream called Slate Creek. This is the area of the historic South Pass. No internet and no snow!
Today we are crossing the Little Colorado Desert and the Great Divide Basin in the direction of Rock Springs. I’m typing this while parked alongside the road near Farson, Wyoming.
I’ve read and enjoyed your comments! Please ignore the spam that is getting past my filter. Looks like another glitch for me to work on (along with the email notifications not happening), as soon as we have a camp with internet.
I’ll expand this post with photos of Slate Creek Camp soon. I don’t know if I’ll have internet at the next camp, so don’t worry if I’m not back here soon.
Thank you for answering your fellow blogorinos’ questions in my absence.
Until next time… the road is calling!
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